noun, plural neu·ro·ses [noo-roh-seez, nyoo-] /nʊˈroʊ siz, nyʊ-/. Psychiatry.
Words nearby neurosis
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From a novel of Brooklyn neuroses to what happens when evangelicals take over an Alaskan national park.
Would you use the same expression to describe male writers who suffer from neuroses or mental illnesses?
He would always say that a good relationship is just a pairing of neuroses.Ellen Barkin on 'Another Happy Day,' Sam Levinson, and Being a 'Broad'|Kevin Sessums|November 16, 2011|DAILY BEAST
The two phenomena, agitation and depression, are almost always associated in neuroses as well as in psychoses.A Psychiatric Milestone|Various
The general condition of the patient must be treated on the same lines as in other neuroses.
Neuroses and psychoses are peculiarly frequent in childhood and youth.Degeneracy|Eugene S. Talbot
It is characteristic of this, as of other neuroses, that the symptoms come and go without sufficient cause.
Nine out of ten of them are diseased creatures, just sane enough to trade on their own neuroses.An Unsocial Socialist|George Bernard Shaw